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around the world include canada, ghana and nigeria. today a cardinal from ghana said the time is right for a pontiff from a developing country. >>> l.a. police are investigating 1,000 tips for a search for a fired officer they say is out for revenge and are also examining security video from a sporting goods store in torrence taken two days before a double murder. they are still not sure if the man buying scuba equipment in the video is the mur suspect christopher dorner. an affidavit for an arrest warrant gives u.s. marshals the power to extradite him citing possible cause that dorner is headed to mexico to avoid prosecution here in the states. authorities did find dorner's wallet and id card near the san ysidro point of entry to mexico. >>> police in vallejo want to know who shot five people killing one. the victim who died was one of two men found in a garage at a home on humboldt and eastwood streets about 8:30 last night. and about the same time, a man and two women showed up at a hospital with gunshot wounds. they drove themselves to
are buzzing about. a cardinal born in ghana. one layman is pulling for him. a doctor from upstate new york. >> reporter: surgeon joe specializes in heeling broken bones. among his friends. someone who helps heal broken souls. >> what is sit like knowing somebody would be the next pope. >> he is considered one of the top contenders. one book maker has him at the favorite of 2-1. if selected, he would be the first black pope and a rare noneuropean. they met a few years ago. >> peter turned out to be cardinal turkson. and a very close adviser and confident to the holy father. >> reporter: with the cardinal's encouragement, he has since done surgery in ghana and raising money for a clinic there. when the cardinal visits albany once a year, he often stops to say mass at the small perrish where a friend of his is pastor. he has deep ties in the up state new york. where he attend seminary, the doctor could not help but think. >> here is the man who could be the next pope. i gotted nervous and started to take my foot off the gas and slowed way down. >> if elected he predicts high energy but a low
two candidates from ghana and nigeria. that seems brave for them to go off and do that. but who knows? >> you know, the african cardinal from ghana and nigeria are wonderful, but the nigerian has only recently made cardinal. so most of the college don't know him. cardinal turkson from ghana is well known to them, he works in the vatican, known as a great theologian. he would be the more likely african candidate. but i don't know how you ignore success. when you look at church in africa and south america, you see the bomb booming vocations and the amount ofath lick who is live there and i don't know how you ignore that block. >> eric: do you give us insight? do they discuss this and talk about reaching out and this type of thing, like a marketing survey? how do they do this? >> they have discussions before the conclave. we will talk about the needs and the problems of the church and what kind of cabinets. they will say, that guy's got the goods we need, but this is the kind of thing we need to be accomplished. and we must in voting consider this t. they are saying, you know that cardin
benedict, and a return of the italians to the pope. a cardinal from ghana could be the first black pope. >> think of it. think of what a picture that would present. >> reporter: and the archbishop of sao paulo, brazil. and new york's affable cardinal dolan is being mentioned though many believe a superpower pope from the u.s. is unlikely and he dismissed the idea. >> what are the odds of a north american and you were asked, what about you? >> is this abc evening news or comedy central? >> reporter: it will be a momentous and mysterious process set in motion today but the quiet historic words of the servant of the servant of god, as they say, a man who simply decided it was time. >> our thanks to terry moran. >>> coming up next, she's only just cracked her 20s but has her second oscar nod. jennifer lawrence on fame, parties and that slippery ladder of hollywood stardom. [ male announcer ] at his current pace, bob will retire when he's 153, which would be fine if bob were a vampire. but he's not. ♪ he's an architect with two kids and a mortgage. luckily, he found someone who gave him a
of favorites, cardinals from canada ghana, and nigeria. >> it is possible that the pope can come from one of the southern hemisphere countries where the churches so vibrant and alive. >> we need to have a pope the recognizes there are things going on in the world now. is not just in rome. >> with catholic churches bull of speculation with feelings of sadness, hope, and the speculation, and above all history, for this moment that has not occurred in centuries. it will start like a traditional retirement. the pope will take a vacation. then he will live in a small cluster in the vatican or he will spend the rest of his days in devotion to the church. abc7. >> the president says that he and first lady michelle obama have warm memories of their 2009 visit with the pope. mr. obama said best wishes to the cardinal sewell -- who will this tuesday as successor now. for updates, go to wjla.com and turn to our social networking website as well on facebook and twitter. we will have much more. >> a panel will vote tomorrow on job table's nomination as secretary of defense -- chuck hagel's nomination
like -- >> stephen: it's a beautiful location. >> it is. thage ghanas are very nice d the iguanaas are very nice. >phphphphphphph>> stephen: welc, everybody. thank you very much. [cheers and applause] nation -- thank you. [cheers and applause] earlier this month john kerry was sworn in as secretary of state, an announcement that was met with a resounding, "yeah, okay." [laughter] and on sunday, he embarked on a ten-day, nine-nation marathon that i was surprised to see did not include his homeland of easter island. [laughter] but in germany, i was proud to see he made the case for american greatness. >> people have sometimes wondered about why our supreme court allows one group or another to march in a parade even though it's the most provocative thing in the world and they carry signs that are an insult to one group or another. the reason is, that's freedom. freedom of speech. in america you have a right to be stupid. [laughter] >> stephen: yes. [cheers and applause] yes. in this country we're endowed. with the inalienable right to be stupid. it's right there in the constitution be
of ghana. >> the new pope has to be very sensitive to the present condition of humanity. >> reporter: for centuries, the college of cardinals has been overwhelmingly white. among the voting cardinals today, there are as many italians as there are africans and asians combined. the papacy tends to reflect that. today, irish bookies were outside st. peter's square, taking bets. who has the best odds here? >> the canadian chap. >> reporter: that would be cardinal marc ouellet, of montreal, who would be the first north american pope. >> just ahead of cardinal turkson, from ghana. >> reporter: they don't really like betters belittling this process. >> what is the problem, sir? >> reporter: we watched as they dragged the bookies off. isn't betting a sin? >> is it a sin? i don't know if it's a sin -- >> reporter: it's a vice. >> maybe it is. some would argue it's entertainment. >> reporter: speculating as to who the next pope will be is a form of entertainment, just about everyone here in rome seems to be engaged in right now. but unless you are one of the men in red on the inside, diane, it
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betting firms are placing odds on who will be the next pope. right now, cardinal peter turkson of ghana is the favorite. he is 65 and would be the first black pope. he is head of the vatican justice and peace bureau. other favorites include someone from nigeria. >> the shockwaves reached to the bay area. we are joined live with that part of the story. a lost catholics wonder of the timing of the announcement. >> two days before lent, very holy time for the catholic church, but a spokesman at the diocese thinks it shows great humility he recognized he could not do the job. >> catholics attending mass this morning at st. mary's cathedral say it was a surprise to hear that pope benedict xvi resigned. the announcement came at 2:00 a.m. local time so they heard about it from the priest who said mass this only. >> shock, really. he is an old man. looking forward to have a young pope. >> parish owners were not alone. the church leadership at the archdiocese was stunned. >> shocked. shocked. >> pope benedict said he is resigning because of his age and deteriorating health but he is the first po
peter turkson of ghana is the favorite. he is 65 and would be the first black pope. he is head of the vatican justice and peace bureau. other favorites include someone from nigeria. >> the shockwaves reached to the bay area. we are joined live with that part of the story. a lost catholics wonder of the timing of the announcement. >> two days before lent, very holy time for the catholic church, but a spokesman at the diocese thinks it shows great humility he recognized he could not do the job. >> catholics attending mass this morning at st. mary's cathedral say it was a surprise to hear that pope benedict xvi resigned. the announcement came at 2:00 a.m. local time so they heard about it from the priest who said mass this only. >> shock, really. he is an old man. looking forward to have a young pope. >> parish owners were not alone. the church leadership at the archdiocese was stunned. >> shocked. shocked. >> pope benedict said he is resigning because of his age and deteriorating health but he is the first pope to do so in 600 years and one questions whether this was the right mo
, que ahora dirige el departamento vaticano de las iglesias orientales. ---peter turk-son de ghana, ahora responsable del departamento de justicia y paz del vaticano, suele ser mencionado como el principal candidato africano. ---el arzobispo italiano "angelo scola" tambien esta entre los posibles candidatos. stop open blanca ---en el condado de santa clara, las autoridades siguen tras la pista de un pistolero que abrio fuego contra 2 hombres a plena luz del dia. take vo ---la balacera ocurrio la tarde de ayer en una pequeÑa comunidad no incorporada entre san jose y los gatos. ---la policia dice que un hombre fue baleado mortalmente en una casa ubicada en la calle "ronda drive". ---la otra victima recibio un impacto de bala en el brazo y manej su propio vehiculo hasta un hospital para recibir atencion medida. ---hasta el momento, la policia no ha revelado el motivo de la balacera y no hay sospechosos. take vo - cesar ---mientras que en el sur de california, continua la busqueda por christopher dorner, un ex policia, sospechoso de matar a tres personas ---la ciudad de los angeles of
. this time those considered top contenders are from around the world including canada, ghana, and nigeria. >>> select a pope is a process full of tradition and intrigue as well. there is a lot of talk about the new pope being from a developing nation, but one catholic historian tells kpix5 reporter, david jackson, odds are the new pope will look like the previous ones. >> the next pope will have an easier path ahead of him. the sex scandal involving priests came to light under john paul ii. father michael russo says now look for youth, a conservative vision, and most likely, a european. >> the numbers are really stacked toward the europeans. unless there's some kind of inspirational moment where someone from another part of the world steps out of the pack, but that, i mean someone who speaks languages and knows the global world, that's a difficult job description. >> maybe not difficult for cardinal, mark olay, a worldly french canadian. >> may have a north american pope. the former archbishop ofy quebec. has a will the of the credentials you would look for in a pope. we could have
tegucigalpa que se anunciÓ como posible sucedor se juan padre ii, y de nueva york, y de canadÁ, y de ghana. >>> el santo padre estuvo consciente de su frÁgil salud por mucho tiempo, dijo el cardenal dulan, se designÓ a 90 cardenales de 37 naciones, no tendrÁ influencia directa en la decisiÓn de su sucesor, y sectores importantes de la Íglesia como el opus dei. >>> muchos dirÁn tiene que ser conservador, y ultraconservador, el opus dei tiene fuerza econÓmica, y decisiones. >>> en washington lourdes meluza. univisiÓn. >>> a pesar que la renuncia llÉga en medio de la cuaresma, el portavoz del vaticano dijo que hay tiempo justo para escoger al prÓximo papa antes del 27 de marzo cuando se da la semana santa, como es el proceso de elÉgir a un papa, luis explica. >>> el 28 de febrero serÁ el Último dÍa de papado de papa benedicto xvi, dos semanas despuÉs, los cardenales menores de 80 aÑos se reunirÁn al conclave, en la mano de 118 cardenales, de 48 paÍses, la mayorÍa 62 europeos, y seguidos de 19 de latinoamÉrica. >>> es una reuniÓn secreta en la cual se hacen dos votaciones
turk-son de ghana, ahora responsable del departamento de justicia y paz del vaticano, suele ser mencionado como el principal candidato africano. ---el arzobispo italiano "angelo scola" tambien esta entre los posibles candidatos. stop open cesar vamos a dejar un momento la informacion sobre la renuncia del sumo pontifice para hablar sobre la actividad policiaca que ocurrio esta tarde y noche en la zona de fremont y newark... take vo ---todo comenzo esta tarde a eso de las 2 menos 20 minutos de la tarde cuando dos sujetos asaltaron una sucursal del "bank of the west" en paseo padre parkway en fremont... ---los sospechosos ingresaron al banco y exigieron a los empleados a que entregaran el dinero para luego huir en una camioneta... ---a eso de las dos de la tarde la policia localizo el vehiculo en un motel "ez 8" en la avenida "mowry" de newark... ---la policia acordono la zona y detuvo a uno de los ladrones mientras que el otro se encerro en uno de los cuartos y a eso de las 8 de esta noche se rindio a la policia. blanca ---un estudiante de la universidad estatal de california en
. a cardinal from ghana could be the first black pope. >> think of the interesting picture an african bishop, equally devoted to the churches of sex and marriage, its teaching there, and the teaching on poverty and the dignity of every human being, think of what a picture that would present. >> reporter: and the archbishop of sao paulo, brazil. the largest diocese in the largest catholic country. he may be the strongest candidate from latin america. and new york's affable cardinal dolan is being mentioned though many believe a superpower pope from the u.s. is unlikely and he dismissed the idea. with diane sawyer. >> what are the odds of a north american and you were asked, what about you? >> is this abc evening news or comedy central? >> reporter: it will be a momentous and mysterious process set in motion today by the quiet historic words of the servant of the servant of god, as they say, a man who simply decided it was time. >> our thanks to terry moran. >>> coming up next, she's only just cracked her 20s but has her second oscar nod. for "silver linings playbook." jennifer lawrence on fam
. then a cardinal from ghana named peter could be considered. a canadian is highly regarded and would be considered a more traditional choice. he's the head of the congregation of bishops', which appoints bishops around the world. been there oscar rodriguez of honduras. the 70-year-old latin-american was a contender during the last conclaves when benedict was chosen. many catholics are now hoping to get the new pope may come from asia. now this report from hong kong. >> standby the pope's decision to resign, catholics in manila are pressing for its well-being. with 80 million faithful, it's the largest catholic country in asia pacific region, considered the last bastion of catholicism. the church is even over matters of state. >> this is saddening. why did it and like the spin? why did it end this way? >> pope benedict, catholics had high expectations that he would've been the man to lead to the traditional and conservative catholic church into the 21st century. parts one is going to happen? he's the first head of the church and that is actually on technology, keeping in touch with people. now he w
contenders include cardinals from canada, ghana and nigeria. benedict enforced the church's conservative doctrine to the joy of some, the dismay of others. reporter david jackson asks, which way will the church go next? >> reporter: the next pope is expected to have a decidedly easier path ahead of him. the sex scandal came to light under pope john paul ii. they say now look for youth, a conservative vision and most likely, a european. >> the numbers are really stacked toward the europeans. unless there's some kind of inspirational moment where someone kind of just steps out of the pack -- by that i mean someone who speaks languages, knows the global world, it's a very difficult job description. >> reporter: but maybe not difficult for cardinal natural olay, a french canadian. >> there is a cardinal mark olay, who is now currently the head of the office of bishops in rome. so we could have a canadian. >> reporter: 119 cardinals will vote in the upcoming conclave to select the new pope, most of whom were appointed by pope benedict xvi and pope john
whatsoever that someone, say, out of ghana might have a shot at being pope? >> absolutely. tavis: you think so? >> i think so. a great candidate to be the next pope, i am excited about him to be the next pope because he does represent an area where we have one of the fastest- growing populations of catholics, and in addition to that, his role as president of the council for peace and justice i think gives him a different kind of perspective and a perspective that people want to see in the church. tavis: what would happen if the pope turned black, and there was a mass exodus of the church as a result of that? how would catholics even spin that? what with the public response date to an exodus from the church because of a certain person being elected? >> well, i do not think there would be because of that. again, going back to ideas about the basic foundation of catholicism, and i think that people do choose the tradition, then those people would need a serious lesson in what it means to be a catholic and what the mission of jesus was. tavis: more broadly, what are the possibilities that someo
from ghana. he would be the first black pope. >> the new pope has to be very sensitive to the president condition of hue man nit and rec -- human ti and keep the gospel in its pure form. and archbishop scola but don't expect public politicking. all the campaigning will be behind these closed doors. >> campaigning is like a cardinal sin. you don't do it. otherwise, there would be tremendous backlash. >> today the vatican revealed he had a pace make are for years. his retirement home is the monastery inside the vatican. he will be spending the rest of his days in quiet prayer. >> he will be retired and not intervene in any way in the process. >> reporter: and that process is definitely underway. it will pit staunch traditionalists on one side and those who want to open up the church and embrace a more modern and diverse future. >>> a retired police officer is on trial for murdering his own son. what prosecutors believe the two were arguing about before the father grabbed his gun. >>> a fight breaks out during a high school basketball game causing chaos. okay, i need a better pizza. one ma
peter turkson, o pedro, en espaÑol, originario de ghana, y cuya curia a la que pertenece es la romana hay quienes quienes se han atrevido a decir , que sea quien sea el elegido .. ese serÁ el anticristo " el anticristo no serÁ un papa .. serÁ un lÍder poli Ítico de origen judio gobernando la uniÓn europea .. eso dice la biblia .. y que el firmara la paz entre israel y los Árabes dando lugar a la creaciÓn del estado palestino, la divisio Ón de jerusalÉn entre los dos estados y la construcciÓ n del tercer templo judÍo en jerusalÉn ." israel .. porque es este pai Ís tan importante? para muchos israel es el reloj de dios y juega un papel determinante para el fin de los tiempos .. mateo 24:32-33 de la higuera aprended la para Ábola: cuando ya su rama esta Á tierna, y brotan las hojas, sabÉis que el verano estÁ cerca. asÍ tambiÉn vosotros, cuando veÁis todas estas cosas, conoced que estÁ cerca, a las puertas. " al referirse a la higuera se esta refiriendo a la naciÓn de israel, y al referirse al verano se esta refiriendo asi Í mismo israeli ha sido una faciÓn
world pope like ghana's peter turkson who would be the first block pope of 1500 years sending a message of inclusion and virtually guaranteeing tyler perry's madea goes to rome. [cheers and applause] hello. hello. [laughter] folks, i say it's high time we had an american pope. [cheers and applause] after all -- [cheers and applause] after all, god is an american. that's why the intiebl in english. [ laughter ] and there's a great candidate. >> timothy dolan is the most powerful catholic in the country, the president of president catholic bisons. >> stephen: even more important dole january my personal bff: bishop friend forever. [cheers and applause] and tonight, tonight, ladies and gentlemen i'm giving timothy cardinal dolan the colbert bump. [cheers and applause] all you catholics out there, i want to you vote for him. what is that? we don't get to vote? that is taraspaciez. [ laughter ] when we return i'll handicap when we return i'll handicap this race with the chaplain of s redesigned site has this new score planner tool with these cool sliders. this one lets us know what happens
in ghana th(u he declared himself president for life as a necessity against western imperial efforts to remove him through his adversaries in ghana. >> host: kwame, are you originally from ghana? >> caller: yes, i am. >> host: all right. thank you for calling in and holding. randall robinson, imperialism, comparing it to the roman empire. >> guest: well, the united states has a military footprint in over 90 countries. one of the reasons we are so resistant to ratifying the international criminal court is that we don't want to see a circumstance under which any american might ever be hauled before the international criminal court and, for anything at any time. and so for countries that don't have that kind of of exposure, that are not involved in a number of wars at the same time and are not involved with so many countries in a military fashion, they don't have the same risks that the united states has. and so i, i think it describes what we're doing. we're entered and were interested in after world war ii in opening the world for american trade and american products and o develop tho
liberia, ghana and the ivory coast. .. the wife of the johnson publishing company which published ebony and jet in addition to official meetings, press conferences and speeches before political parties, the africans treated pat and her entourage to a while wind of dinners and receptions. she took her responsibilities seriously. julie noted that pat snuck a. from the family activities on christmas day to go over their briefing notes and organize her thoughts for the upcoming trip. although the state department and staff of the west wing prepared remarks for her, she went over them, making changes she felt necessary and highlighting pounds she wanted emphasize in liberia, she pleased her hots by noting how impressed she was by the considerable development that had occurred since her last visit in 1957. ghana, she traveled out into the hills to pay her respects to 83-year-old chief who she had met during the vice presidential visit. he told her she had forgeed a friendship between the american and the ghanaian people that, quote, not even a lion do break. she delivered a rare public politi
elementary school for 26 years now. a popular me significance in ghana, he moved to the united states to teach -- a popular musician in ghana, he moved to the united states to teach. >> i would teach them the groove and then they're on their own. >> reporter: twice a week students dance for an hour before school starts. >> when they come in, they're like, oh, it's cold in here. you know. when they get on stage and we do all those exercises and start dancing, they forget about it. >> when i dance, i don't have to worry about what's going on in the world. >> it's fun. >> reporter: pope says learning rhythm is learning math, history and even something more important. >> you can see that they are really happy. they are, you know, upbeat and they give them confidence. >> reporter: the dance represents his tribe and the barter between fishermen and farmers. it's a lesson in dance and culture in a school that's 80% african-american. >> the human race originates from africa so we are all africans. so the culture is actually an open culture for all of us
be clear a kid walks into a store and the tax -- it is detected that this is a kid and changes on ghana and our marketing because there is a child under the age of 13 there. this is a case challenging -- this is a challenging proposition on many levels. i think it has become a real issue. where are the real harm is here. the real harm has to be marketed. we need to find out what is really improper use of this data and with the real risk is so we do not put our attention on places where the real harm is not. we need a lot more work to a identify the substance of firms. >> your original question. i do not think the ftc act is sufficient. i would like to see baseline consumer privacy legislation. this is not just about the harms that facial recognition can cause. harm at the ftc -- nor is it was a the spiders are coming in under your door. i tried to sketch out the capability of the technology went into the train when we can identify people and pick up on their emotional states and the health information consumers will want to have a choice on whether they participate in this. it wants to
announcement coming today, vatican outsiders say they believe cardinal from ghana. is a spokesman for the church's social conscience. terkson would become the first black pope. also on the list of replacements mark uelett of the vatican who is head of the congregation of bishops. the position of pope once reserved for italians is now opened to all. john paul was actually polish and pope benedict is german. >> we continue to follow new developments in that southern california manhunt. police remain on high alert this morning as the search for a fugitive ex-cop enters week number two. on sunday, los angeles police announced a $1 million reward for information leading to the capture and conviction of christopher dorner. surveillance footage surfaced over the weekend. it's believed to show dorner dumping a gun belt, helmet, uniform and ammunition in a dumpster in san diego the morning after his first two suspected murders. police believe dorner is out for revenge for being fired fro the lapd after making false complaints about his training officer. now the police chief says he is reop
is from ghana he would be the first black pope. one of the strongest candidates from latin america is from brazil. only cardinals under the age of 80 can vote for pope benedict's successor which means 118 are eligible. this morning the two mowning men charged with murdering a chicago teen will make their first appearance in court. police say 20-year-old kenneth williams and 18-year-old michael ward mistook her and her friends for members of a rival gang and shot them in retaliation. >> i am amazed. i am so excited. i am happy that the murder is off t -- murderer off the street. >> she died one week after performing at the president's inauguration. >> such a sad story. president obama presented a brave army receipt van with our nation's highest military award the medal of honor. former staff sergeant was at a combat out post in afghanistan in 2009 when three taliban fighters launched an ambush. it was one of the bloodiest of the war. they called in air support that killed 30 enemy fighters and resiced h -- risked his life to retrieve the bodies of the fallen p. >> they fought valiantly and
there.eade cardinal peter turkson of ghana is a campaigner for social a reform and is often cited as the leading african candidate. but the 64-year-old has already stumbled on the issue of the church's relations with islam and is seen as a risky choice. the highest profile potential candidate from latin america may be the 63-year-old archbishop of sao paolo, brazil, cardinal odilio pedro scherer, but the church has yet to demonstrate it's ready for a south american pope and he's thought to be a long shot. there are long odds as well for cardinal timothy dolan archbishop of new york. but any american candidate wouldic have to overcome the church'srcom traditional reluctance to elect a superpower pope. if the church reverts to anrc italian, cardinal anglo scola, 71-year-old archbishop of milan is a popular figure, but the choice will likely have to do more with the approach from thel issues than to geography. >> it's a complicated world the new holy father faces, as it wasrl with the last two holy fathers. but the complications do not ease up, they seem to multiply.t >> reporter: an
ganadores. >>> en relos grandes favoritos estÁ el canadiense, y el cardenal de ghana, y tambiÉn el italiano. >>>. >>> y mientras tanto los catÓlicos muy roma dicen celebrar el gran aporte de benedicto xvi y esperar muy pronto conocer a su sucesor. >>> pero no solo se apuesta por quiÉn serla prÓximo, sino tambiÉn muy como serÁ llamado el nuevo pontÍfice e y cuantos dias durarÁ el cÓnclave entre los recuerdos nÚmero uno el rosario y el Último lee pro de benedicto xvi que escribiÓ en nueve idiomas y que estÁ agotado en mucha tiendas, es todo desde roma, regreso con ustedes. >>> gracias. >>> mÁs del 40% de las investigaciones sobre el cÁncer en estados unidos, son realizar asia por cientÍficos inmigrantes, pero segÚn resultados de un nuevo estudio esta contribuciÓn a la vida humana puede ver afectada por falta de visas para especialistas, cres tina tiene los detalles. >>> tras bambalinas en silencio los inmigrantes estÁn juegan un papel clave e en la lucha contra el cÁncer en estados unidos. >>> hay una cantidad realtivomente grande de investigadores de origen mexicano, de or
of ghana. >> he would be the first african pope. i have been watching the video here and we have seen kind of pictures of cardinal turk son. also there's another african that has been speculated at the last conclave. he could possibly be the first african pope. now he is over 80 and chances are he won't elect him because of his age. after the pope steps down because of his aging pope at age 85 they are not going to go with an older pope. they will have someone who has stamina of running the church and also being the shepherd of souls. >> with all of the talk the first none european we here in america, maybe we would have an american pope but that's not really in the cards. >> it's unlikely but it's nice to speculate. one of the big names speculated about is cardinal out of new york. he is very, very outgoing. everybody likes him. he is like a rock star in the college of cardinals. italian press lane floating the name television cardinal shawn o'malley out of boston. i am scratching my head saying he does have a very humble sort of servant of the lord kind of look about him. i think perhaps
negro de la historia, peter turkson, de ghana..... es el lÍder de la oficina vaticana para la justicia y paz, y portavoz de la iglesia en asuntos sociales. ha criticado el islam. tiene 64 aÑos.. muchos se inclinan a pensar que siendo latinoamerica el bloque con mayor numero de catolicos, con mas de 1,200 millones de almas, puede ser momento de un papa hispano... ... de hecho, con la evaluacion de los posibles candidatos, comienzan a surgir los retos.. muchos piensan que de ser elegido un papa de raza negra sera el principio del fin de los dias... monica navarro, con el informe... 12;46;58;16es un momento no es un buen tiempo han estando pasando muchas crisis de forma prolongada y tenimospena por ellos por tambien lerecordanos al hombre no seguis a dios.. luis chipatecua, lider de pastores cristianos latinos en san antonio, dice respetar lo que representa para loscatolicos elsanto padre, pero hay que seguir mas que a dios que al hombre, y evitar la manipulasion de las masas controlando el mundo, manipulacion, que para muchos los abligo abandonar el catolicismo,13;01;27;07yo sentie aqui e
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